After adding a few repositories to
GitHub, I realized I neglected to discuss
README.md. This is a place where you can put notes about your project which will appear on the repository page. For example, here’s the
README.md from my newest repository,
See [this article](https://ramonaridgewell.wordpress.com/2017/04/24/my-js-journey-a-promise-in-a-browser/) for a description of how to set up this project.
It shows up at the bottom of the
GitHub page, after the list of files. It’s also a good practice to add a description, a link to a webpage, and topics (up near the top).
I’ve been linking to the articles in my blog for setup instructions, but you could include pertinent notes in the
README.md, and they will show up there.
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